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World-Changing Drinks and Networking

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World-Changing Drinks and Networking

Join Brooklyn SolarWorks for an evening of world-changing drinks and networking on our rooftop deck. Meet with renewable energy advocates and community members pursuing the greater goal of sustainability in Brooklyn. 

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The Energy Transition - We Mean Business and Statoil Breakfast

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The Energy Transition - We Mean Business and Statoil Breakfast

A multi-stakeholder roundtable to explore constructive contributions towards the needed energy transition for a lower carbon future from the perspective of industry, the public and citizens.

Restoring Degraded Forests and Soils for Climate Mitigation: A Regenerative Model for Rural Communities

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Restoring Degraded Forests and Soils for Climate Mitigation: A Regenerative Model for Rural Communities

Breakfast briefing on how Sierra Gorda is helping Mexico achieve its targets under the Paris Climate Agreement, working with small land-holders engaged in ranching and farming.  Breakfast is available form 8:30, and briefing will begin promptly at 9am. 

If you wish to attend, please sign up using this link:
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/MCFA_Environmental_Breakfast

(Please note: Space is limited and photo IDs are required to access the building. If you have any further questions please email marli.roccanova@mitsubishicorp.com)

The Road to 2020: Accelerating Action to Remove Tropical Deforestation from Commodity Supply Chains

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The Road to 2020: Accelerating Action to Remove Tropical Deforestation from Commodity Supply Chains

The Commodities and Forests Agenda 2020: Ten Priorities to Remove Tropical Deforestation from Commodity Supply Chains, prepared by Climate Focus and published by Tropical Forest Alliance 2020, is intended to serve as a framework for action at the global and regional level in order to accelerate progress in addressing commodity-driven deforestation.
 
By proposing a shared set of priorities, the Commodity and Forests Agenda 2020 aims to improve collaboration and coordination among stakeholders to address commodity-driven deforestation. 
 

Join the Climate Optimists

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Join the Climate Optimists

Join us to celebrate the launch of the Climate Optimist campaign.
 
Come along for food, drinks and a side order of mind-blowing evidence around why a growing number of people are climate optimists.
 
You’ll hear from Futerra, The Climate Group and other guest speakers about the solutions, strategies and statistics that prove we can do this. And why optimism is so important - because it’s the attitude that leads to action. 

Climate Competent Boards

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Climate Competent Boards

As climate change rises to the top of the policy and corporate agenda, an increasing number of companies are grappling with how to manage risks, identify opportunities, and embed a viable transition strategy into their business models. The release of the Financial Stability Board Task Force's recommendations on climate-related financial disclosures has also raised this topic to board level and created a new urgency to present an integrated picture to investors. 

Friends of Climate Action High-Level Group

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Friends of Climate Action High-Level Group

Meeting of the High-Level Group of Friends of Climate Action.

This event is invite only.

Impact Hour: Collaboration Across Borders

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Impact Hour: Collaboration Across Borders

Amplifying and Inspiring Impact: 2017 Impact Hours

We'll Always Have Paris...Right?

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We'll Always Have Paris...Right?

Although the Paris Agreement on climate change was signed in 2015 and came into force in 2017, it was only a shell of an agreement. Many details and rules remain to be worked out to ensure that the promise of the Paris Agreement is realized. The United States was a significant force in the adoption of the Paris Agreement under the Obama Administration, but now the Trump Administration has signaled its intent to withdraw. What does this mean for the full development of the Agreement? Will new international players step into the void potentially left by the US?

Marketing Climate Action Under Trump

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Marketing Climate Action Under Trump

As President Trump pursues a regressive, isolationist agenda, business is stepping up to address climate change, promote equality and protect human rights, and create economic opportunity. Join sustainability pioneer Hunter Lovins for a conversation series with industry experts to explore this shift in progressive business leadership.